Trump courts pro-life voters, Clinton talks security

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump walks to the stage before addressing supporters on September 8, 2016 in Cleveland, OhioDonald Trump reaches out to so-called values voters Friday in a bid to bolster his credentials with conservative, pro-life Americans, after days of duelling over national security with Democratic White House rival Hillary Clinton. The Republican nominee was expected as star guest at a Washington gathering of grassroots activists, conservative stalwart lawmakers and leaders in the anti-abortion and religious freedom movements. Trump’s attendance at the Values Voter Summit highlights how conservatives are keen to press such issues on the political mainstream as the bitterly fought presidential campaign heads into its final two months.

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